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interceptors on the west coast to the u.s. defense system. >> what more can and should the united states do in your command and others? >> if you are speaking about drugs, more assets. locating, weood at understand the network. i can always speak to that. we understand the network very well. have all sorts of airplanes from any airplane. once we identify them we can then tell them to pick up. the drivers of the boats, can turn that. they enter our legal justice system. condors in guatemala are extremely helpful to us. honduras and guatemala are extremely helpful to us. they are with us. more assets equal more tonnage, less assets equaled less tonnage. illegale pursue the drug trafficking question with a question about human trafficking. that is the flow of people who are exploited either with bad working conditions there or in this country, a sex exploitation and so forth. to what extent has that been a concern? what measures can be taken? taken it >> we watch an awful lot of flow that comes in from the middle east. we watch the traffic pattern in latin america and then they disappear in th
levin. he'll be speaking at the council on foreign relations on u.s. defense policy issues. life coverage begins at 12:30 eastern again here on c-span2. and the u.s. house and senate return today to consider continuing funding for the federal government past march 27th when current funding expires. they're also expected to work on their respective budget plans for fiscal year 204. the house back at 2 p.m. for legislative business. floor debate likely while members wait for the senate to ask. also the senate in at 3 p.m. --2 p.m. eastern. and then hoping to move on to the 2014 budget resolution, and they hope to get it approved before by the end of the week before the easter recess. life coverage of the house, as usual, on c-span and, of course, the senate right here on c-span2. ..2 last week endorsed a review of military roles to allow seniors to manage overturns sexual assault victims. testified before the senate armed services subcommittee on personnel. >> i am incredibly grateful that many of you came this morning and listened to the first two panels. that means a great deal,
, it has changed to the more defensive sectors like health care and, consumer staples. look at today. johnson & johnson. coca-cola, these are bucking the trend going up. and i heard earlier on your broadcast that materials led the way down. so, we're definitely seeing this played out in this different character for this maybe the end of the bull market. liz: so, ron, is four years old old to you for a bull market? does what john just said change your opinion? you've been pretty bullish on stocks? >> well we're bullish on stocks but we think it is a stock-pickers market. it is getting a little stretched it has been four years but hasn't been a typical four years out of a recovery especially as bad as this. i still think there is room to go and part of it will come from the bond market holders. i think they will really get disappointed when they get their statement this is month, next month, probably on going as interest rates probably don't go up whole lot but they're not going down a whole lot, that's for sure. they will get disappointed and look for places to put their money. not ne
in the defense of the majority that that's the way it's been for several years, both when the republicans were in charge and when the democrats are in charge. thea's thacharge that doesn't mean it is right. you have to share it. so then we had to turn around and start voting on the amendments the next morning in the budget committee and we weren't part of that process, because it was on partisan lines. i was particularly disheartened by one amendment that failed on a party-line vote that was offered by senator portman from ohio. his amendment was simply asking the congressional budget office to provide additional information with the cost estimates that it provides on legislation affecting revenues. that's right. it was just asking for additional information. and every member of the majority voted against it. how could a request for additional information be so partisan? we can and must do better for our constituents and our country. several weeks from now we may see the president's budget proposal. of course it'll be late to the game since the house and senate have already acted on the budget
're on the defensive as more and more criticisms and comparison come in after that launch of that new samsung galaxy 4 that we talked about extensively on friday. they've updated the website over the weekend, not too aim specifically at one device, just all the competition out there. apple updating the website with a new brag sheet about all the features that the iphone has that others don't. there's the iphone and then there's everything else. some of the things that it is touting, it's j.d. power and associates award, the aluminum case, great battery life without a great big battery itself. it's directing an arrow right at the samsung galaxy four that i mentioned came out last week and some features that it has, it has a plastic, not aluminum casing, a big battery life and a big battery at that. no retina display but many features that the galaxy phone has that the iphone doesn't, including a higher resolution display, five inch screen, smart control that allows yyu to tilt without using your fingers to go up and down a webpage. 10 million units are expected to be sold in the first month when it com
worked in the office of the deputy assistant to the secretary of defense for nuclear matters. civil engineering from the university of long island. theould also note that once votes start we'll keep the earing going and taking turns. we'll keep it going so this can continue. go ahead. >> good morning, chairman leahy, ranking member grassley. i want to thank you and the rest of the members of the judiciary committee for inviting me to testify here today. my organization, the association of unmanned vehicle systems international, is the world's largest nonprofit organization devoted exclusively to advancing the unmanned systems and robotic community. we have more than 7,500 members, including more than 6,300 members in the united states. the industry is at the forefront of a technology that will not only benefit society but also the u.s. economy. earlier this month my organization released a study which found that the unmanned aircraft industry is poised to create 70,000 new jobs and $13.6 billion of economic impact within the first three years of following integration of unmanned air
of irresponsibility in the republican budget is defense. instead of increasing pentagon spending, we should reform it. the most obvious target is the nuclear arsenal larger than anything we need for nuclear deterrence. 10% of our nuclear weapons would decimate russia. a handful of missiles would wipe north korea off the map. yet they propose to spend over 2/3 of a trillion dollars over the next 10 years on this bloated arsenal. before we increase the pentagon budget, maybe we should figure out why the f-35 joint strike fighter, which is now seven years behind schedule, 70% over budget, and the pentagon still doesn't know how it's going to meet the more than $1 trillion in operating and maintenance cost. amazingly the republicans want to increase spending for the pentagon, the only major budget so flawed it can't even be audited. there are bipartisan opportunities to reduce and reform the military, but you're not hearing about it in the republican budget this week. instead of a republican rerun of a bad reality tv show, let's consider working together on areas to change how the government does busines
of defense. >> after the breach of protocol there was speculation that he was being forced out. >> he was promoted to sergeant after that. it's not a forced retirement. >> chris: whatever the reason the pup should be the new mascot by late august with as many as five public events a week. >> chesty is great way to represent the more than 200,000 sailors and semifinalians that make up our corps. he has very important job. we're happy to have him. >> chris: one of my favorite power players ever. the marine mascot generally says five years as chesty is five years which is 35 years in a dog's life. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday. >> this is a fox report tonight. high stakes deal making playing out thousands of miles away in europe now with one country on the brink of financial failure. how it could affect anybody, anybody with money invested in the market. we know how tied our dollars are to europe. we've seen crisis over there turn into pain here at home. fox report, how the fate of a tiny island called cyprus could affect anyone whose money is invested in the
entitlements. the house does, and house largely leaves defense alone, senate does not, without sounding like opening of the odd couple how can different budget authors get together without driving each other crazy? by seeing where their common ground sudde isn't so crazy. there is more to the polar opposites than might meet the eye. when a possible breakthrough dial that might, might, break a logjam, it is true, i feel it in my bones. do i have rocks in my skull? i guess sherri, i am looking at you, and i am looking at how republicans -- versus their own, but i do see, an attempt on part of senate while they do raise taxes, i'm never a fan of that. they don't deal with additional income tax hikes, that lead niece believe there is a correctioner there for commensurate to satisfy boy? >> i think there is their first offer, it will have to be democrats who compromise more. if you want to look into a crystal ball. if is no coincidence that handful of democratic senators who voted against senate budget were up for reelection next year. they know that their constituents and the country is not goi
but e says it was in self-defense. you can watch that trial today on hln and cnn.com. >>> two teenagers accused of raping a drunken 16-year-old girl during a booze fueled night of partying in august learned their fate on sunday morning. the high school football players for steubenville's big red never took the stand but maintained their innocence throughout. the judge found them guilty on all counts. poppy harlow was in court for the entire trial and has the story. >> reporter: the mother of the 16-year-old victim spoke out for the first time since trent mays and ma'lik richmond raped her daughter saying this after court ended. >> it didn't matter what school you went to, what constituity yd in or what sport you played. human compassion is not taught by a teacher, a coach or a parent. it's a god given gift instilled in all of us. you displayed not only a lack of this compassion but a lack of any moral code. your decisions that night affected countless lives not only that of my daughter. this does not define who my daughter is. she will persevere, grow and move on. i have pity for you bo
to be probe more defensive in nature than cyclical. we're going to see a little bit of pause in the preference for risk assets, given concerns in cyprus, also some weak economic data coming out of germany. so, clearly, we're going to have a little bit of pause in risk. you're going to see some of the more defensive asset classes, health care, other high dividend-paying sectors, potentially doing better in the near-term. however, for the rest of the year, i continue to think that more cyclically sensitive industrials like technology can do better. >> and what do you think about -- >> i think there's got to be more offense. >> go ahead, say it again. >> maria, i think there's got to be more offense. that the auto and housing story is still in tact. that the energy infrastructure story for the u.s. is very much in tact. dresser and trinity are two plays there, and those are stocks we've talked about throughout this year. and they're going to be the stocks we're talking about in december of this year still. >> maria, i agree you have to play -- >> go ahead. >> i agree that you want to be playing o
. tracy: we have a former nfl quarterback in the rare position of playing defense. group bledsoe fighting for the right to send alcohol to his friends. he will explain that coming up. ashley: first, time for stocks now. let's head back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. down 100 points now. nicole: very interesting to watch what is going on on wall street. the idea that cyprus is on its way to a bailout and a plan with the euro zone only to see the market turned around and turned into the red. we are down about 110 points on the dow jones industrials. bank stocks turned into the red and worried about contagion in europe, you have a very strong dollar today. worries that other countries may follow with this bank restructure. let's take a look at another story. increasing the focus on nondegree courses. you can see the stock is up about 9%. it did blow past the analyst estimates. i solve that corinthians had an up arrow. devry was actually actually pulling back some. ashley: lots to talk about. thank you so much, nicole. tracy: cyprus reaching a last minute deal. a lot of people n
compromise with the palestinians. but within his own party, his defense minister and his foreign minister say nothing can be done with the palestinians. the other rising star, naftali bennett says that his platform is to annex the west bank and he'll never agree to a two-state solution. so the only supporters of the two-state solution are lapid and tzipi livni. the prime minister... but it's clearly any movement forward on this is going to split this government. so it was hard to see how the previous government would move forward. i think it's even harder to see how this government is going to move forward. >> brown: do you see any potential? >> i think there is some potential here. out of 68... remember it takes 61 out of 120 to have a majority in the knesset. you have 25. as martin said, they are not part of this right-of-center block which has doubled when barack was the defense minister. so you do have a group. what keeps things the way for israel to be a normal western country goes to the palestinian issue. it will be interesting to see how it turns out. martin is correct that the key po
they return here on c-span. today marks the 10th anniversary of the iraq war. here's part of what defense secretary hagel had to say about it in a statement released earlier from the pentagon. >> 34 years ago today, we began providing televised access to the everyday workings of congress and the federal government. the c-span networks, created by america's cable companies in 1979 and brought to you as a public service by your television provider. >> we could take pictures of the brain with m.r.i. scans or c.t. scans or pet scans and see the whole thing. there is this enormous gap in between about how the circuits in the brain function in order to be able to move my hand or to look at you and process that information, or lay out in memory. we don't know how that works. with technologies yet to be invented, a lot of this is going to be technology development, a lot of it will be nanotechnology, what we aim to do is be able to record from thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands of brain cells at the same time, be able therefore to underis stand how these circuits work. that's the brain activi
this is effective. is that a solid defense? >> people are going to look at about three years ago when plaxico burress was prosecuted and new york waved its fwlag of our no issuance policy ned, there's not a place stricter with gun rights. at the time mayor bloomberg and his other colleagues were saying we have the toughest laws in the country. look at the crime and how it's gone down. and some of the people are saying on the side of stopping this practice, hey, which one is it here. or is it other factories that have nothing to do with stopping people. what they're also saying is you're replacing one crime with another crime. because for go to somebody that's innocent of a crime, a high school student on his way to school, and frisk them and search them, it has a terrible impact in and of itself is a kind of crime. >> this not only would have ram if i indications for new york city, but other cities. i know a number of other cities are considering it, as well.cit. i know a number of other cities are considering it, as well. would this ruling have ramifications throughout? >> it will. and the r
of the best parts, it gets our priorities right. and it provides for the common defense. there is only a few things we should be doing here, but it provides that. it replaces and repeals the president's sequester and makes sure our men and women in uniform have what they need. i encourage my colleagues to support this bill that gets our economy growing and has our priorities right and protects and preserves those programs for our seniors and provides for the common defense. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady's time has expired. the gentleman from maryland. mr. van hollen: let's be very clear. if you give states one-third of the amount of money they are currently getting from medicaid and ask them to do the same job, which is what this budget would do just 10 years from now, you will, as the nonpartisan independent congressional budget office, say, quote, reduce access to care. that's the bottom line. with respect to the voucher program, premium support again, i don't really care what label you attach to it. the impact is the same. if you want to achieve the out-years budget savings our
with the defense department can or cannot do for the good of this nation? not one caller picked up on that. to me, it's just ill-informed people i mean, you have to open your eyes. like i said, he was a true liberal, i truly was, but my eyes were opened a while ago. that's the problem, just being informed. host: bob from philadelphia, pennsylvania, thanks for the call. we're talking about this new report that chairman reince priebus is releasing today. here's a little bit more on that $10 million for outreach that's from "the washington times" today. host: a "washington times" story points out to build long-term personal relationships, the r.n.c. plans to dispatch asian, hispanic, and black republicans as the chairman's personal envoying to community events and citizen swearing-in ceremonies. host: we're talking about this effort all morning with just republicans in the first 45 minutes of the washington journal. jay is up next from pennsylvania. good morning, jay. caller: hi. host: go ahead. caller: yes, i've called before about this issue, and i'll call again. i try to stay within the parameter
't want to tell what self-defense firearms to own and he can't buy america. >> all right. that was the weekend. that was new york mayor michael bloomberg, separate appearances on "meet the press." . they're going at it it it over guns and mayor bloomberg wants to spend 12 million on anti-gun, and wayne lapierre says you're right. who is right and who is wrong. >> the mayor wants to debate, but his idea he gets to determine what is good for people. this whole anti-gun battle is largely fault against people who own 300 million guns and 1% of 1% use them for illegal activity. they're focused on the wrong people and taking away rights of so many law abiding citizens and it doesn't focus on what drives a person to shoot another person and listen, bloomberg can do what he wants, but i side with wayne lapierre. >> he says that bloomberg is going to spend 12 million dollars. and wayne lapierre says that he's trying to buy america, what do you say? >> that's the way the political system is built. he has a lot of money and a lot of influence and the problem i have with these commer
're becoming more pro-cyclical, if you will, as opposed to defensive. because valuations, again, we think offer a tremendous amount of support. and if we see any kind of uptick in activity, let alone confidence restored in the current level of activity, that should be good for things like materials as well as industrial sector. in addition, energy continues to look attractive. so, again, a very pro-cyclical stance, but one we think is very appealing from a value situation standpoint. >> okay. and in terms of sectors leading growth, same question to you both. what do you think? >> we're going to add on to that list. things like the regional financials the that have exposure to the reshoring of manufacturing and the energy sector. i think energy drives a lot of interesting peripheral activity. strengthen the rails and other transports, we think will also be beneficiaries here, as well as infrastructure play as well as mlps. >> do you agree with that? >> i like health care, but i also like consumer, and even though the consumer doesn't have as much confidence as they had before, i think in terms o
time. however in his defense he he never ever associated the two of those together. >> bill: wait, we just heard him do that. he said the sequester and this is terrible and we don't have enough money to train our people. exactly what he said. >> the pentagon came out and defended him and said did he not link the two of of those together. >> bill: we just heard him say it. >> you heard it wrong. >> bill: i heard it wrong. >> you did. because he did not say the sequester was the reason these things happened to these marines. >> bill: he said it's because we don't have the funds to properly train the military. >> you know for somebody who is as well prepared as you usually are you are not on this one. >> bill: just stop it i'm going to it read very slowly so you get it don't interrupt because i want the folks to read it the sequester should go away. reid pointing to the sequester. we have cut already huge amounts of money in deficit reduction. it's just not appropriate. all right. mr. president, that our military can't train and do the maintenance necessary, tieing it directly into the s
positive just fractionally in the dow industrials. look at the major sector, sue, slightly more defensive. so telecom and utilities and consumer staples. look at the financials, sue. they were down more than 1% as a group but now only only fractionally if you look at the big banks, citi group has significant exposure to europe. the regional banks are all just down fractionally today. the dow stocks are up, big international names. caterpillar, for example, pfizer, all the major tech names, lieu hugh let, microsoft, intel, all positive. volume is on the light side, believe it or not. not the money flowing in or flowing out. at number two, well off our lows in the middle of the day. >> thank you, bob pisani. in your morning notes, you went, it's back. now everyone is focused not just on cyprus but the ripple effects. >> that's true. you saw that concern last night starting in asia and it went over into europe. rightly so because, as bob said, it brings in to trust, what are really the banks -- what's the purpose of the bank. we'll with their risk in the money in the bank you can only imagin
. sounds like they're going and the defense. >> reporter: i think that they are. good reason. according to credit suisse, a 1 billion smart phones will be sold next year alone. apple is seeing its market share dwindled or at least in a neck-and-neck race. going on the defensive, something we have not seen the company doing long time. updated its website over the weekend. the iphone web page saying that there is the iphone and then there is everything else. giving a long laundry list of reasons why it this phone is much better than all the other funds out there. frankly, i'm not sure if this is the most effective way of doing things because the fact remains that samsung is for phone is just a gosh darn good phone. here is a side-by-side comparison and put together of some basic features. a bigger screen, high-resolution screen as well. allows you to expand its memory. as a different operating system, of course. better pixel and some features you won't find anywhere else including the smores role which is a tilt in escrow. atilt as crawl. it counts your steps. your calories throughout the
. they're a good defense. >> wow. >> but i was 14-2 yesterday. >> i was not. >> you're 10-4. that's not bad. 14-2. oh, 10-6. i'm sorry. >> that's okay. >> but still, today, i got cincinnati, i got iowa state. >> i played too safe with a lot of these. >> you can't -- you have to play it safe. it's stupid to try to go against like a -- >> you are beating me because you didn't play it safe. >> no, i did. i took almost all the -- >> yeah, but he the ones you didn't take are the ones you wron on. >> new mexico, that's going to hurt me. the last thing i was expecting, harvard. the world is umdz upside down. >> are these the bear cats or something? >> no. that's crimson. >> reminds me of the crimson tide. >> a long way from that. good luck, harvard. but whether cramer comes on today, we have to ask him. that's going a long way for school pride. anyway, getting back to the markets, glenn lummie and from the cme michael gurka. and we've been kicking it around, i'd say the european markets being down ten points, it hasn't gotten any better in terms of the prospect. doesn't that indicate if
and read from. didn't seem electrified by it. >> but read it is a defense of how -- we are talking mainly how he was received. >> he wasn't received well. another person who was not received well was bobby jindal. >> i heard that fell flat too. he was telling old jokes? >> a lot of jokes he did at the gridiron. talking about eric holder. >> i see eric holder is here. no, he wasn't. >> that's cpac. yeah, pretty likely. >> you need to draw that line there that. >> he did a whole slot on knotsberry farm that fell flat. nobody got it. >> two wig winners, rand paul and won the straw poll going away and receiving with his speech and marco rubio did really well. i think you see chris christie sitting there with 7% -- >> who? >> chris christie. >> he was not only excluded, he was insulted there by some extreme voice. >> insult chris christie, you only make him stronger. >> i know. ron, chris christie couldn't have had it any better. first of all, he didn't have to go to cpac and, secondly, he was on everybody's mind at cpac and, third, he fred ahead from the vice presidential nominee in the polli
the federal defensive marriage act is constitutional and on california's proposition eight case, that defines marriage as between a man and a woman. both cases will be decided by the end of june. and secretary of state john kerry is in afghanistan to meet with president hamid karzai during the 24-hour visit, kerry is expected to discuss security for the drawdown of u.s. troops by the end of 2014 and outlook for afghan base talks with the taliban. sandra: thank you very much. after weak results from the republican's 2012 autopsy report, there's a new super pac in town looking to change things. here is more. carl? >> both parties doing rapid response really for a couple of hundred years but they usually do it through state and national parties and more often than not through individual campaigns. that's about to stop. america rising is just getting started this week and it's going to be an independent super pac focussing on democrats and the left for the benefit of the republicans and the right. last week the republican national committee offered up what it called the autopsy. it's actually the
by the way though probably this would not be a good defense for the soccer player to use given you might remember we did the story of the hurdler who was i can cked off the olympic -- kicked off the olympic team. she had sympathies with the golden dawn party. a lot of greek sport people. >> they invented athleticism. history channel -- -- >> wait, andy, what about -- should he have been banned for life? >> that's a good question. i am always wary of banning people for life for making a mistake even if it is a pretty big one. >> how about sensitivity training? >> love the sensitivity training. >> should dennis rodman go on sensitivity training for hanging out with the leader of north korea? >> no, i think it is fine he did that. i like he did that. i do. i said it before, if we will be self-right chose of who we hang out with stop holding hands with the saudis. >> that's the country that runs death camps and starved two million of theme people. -- of their people. >> at least they are out in the hope. saudi throw rocks at rape victims. that's worst. >> i don't buy he didn't know it was at
committees, whether defense or help or others. so when we talk often about the values embedded in a budget resolution, that's in part because a budget resolution is just the beginning of a regular order, healthy budget process. it then has to be complimented -- complemented with authorizations bills and with appropriations bills. but if you compare the budget resolution that's already been adopted in the house and that was rejected in a vote here on the floor last night with the budget resolution that's come out of the senate budget committee, i think you see a few simple, stark differences. both budget resolutions raise a significant amount of revenue through tax reform by closing so-called tax loopholes or cutting spending through the tax code. this is spending that isn't reviewed every year. this is spending that often has been stuck into the tax code through the efforts of the wealthy, well connected, powerful interests in our country that don't get reviewed every year, and it is time for us to look seriously at our tax code to make it leaner, easier to understand, easier to enforce, m
that the u.s. plans to beef up its missile defenses is not going to raise tensions over the north korea could make worse. >> and following the latest threat from north korean leader kim jong-un. >>> violence ratcheting up in syria of course where the conflict continues to grow and spill over borders. lebanon state television news agency says syrian war planes shelled villages in northern lebanon today. >> and sources say two jets fired rockets that hit empty buildings in the lebanese border town of arsal. there are no injuries we're told. just last week syrian state media informed armed had infiltrated from lebanon. >>> pope francis meeting with the president of his home country. the vatican hoping it will quell controversy over france's alleged conduct when argentina was run by military dictators. >> some are actually saying he did too little, too late, to protect who jesuit priests. 30,000 leaders and intellectuals disappeared or were held in secret jails in torture centers from 1976 to 1983. >> the other cardinal francis also clashed with argentina president over his opposition to same sex
. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. neil: president prepares an executive order to all government agents when considering a project, consider the environmental impact of what you are doing. i might have thought that jobs impact of what you are doing might be more important, but enough about me. why any of us should find this unusual. first to you christen, mixed up priorities? >> i think so, at least not the same priority that american voters have. gallup did a survey, 40 percent of americans say that economy an jobs are top issue 2% say environment. if this is a trade off with jobs and environment, i know where american people on, it doesot sound like where the president is. neil: nick, is the president saying, you can ver have both. >> you can but not the way that president is, if you have state riregulates environment and job creation, it could happen, but with this cummulative environmental review, you are talking about shuts down a lot of natural gas production in a year where it has been a bright s
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support of rand paul's filibuster to his fierce opposition of chuck hagel as secretary of the defense. senator cruz has already demonstrated he has no problem confronting the establishment and proved that again last week when he dared to question veteran california democrat dianne feinstein to justify why she thinks the government has the right to limit the second amendment rights. >> would she think that the fourth amendment searches and seizures could only apply to the specified individuals and not to the individuals that congress has deemed outside the protection of the bill of rights? >> i'm not a 6th grader. senator, i've been on this committee for 20 years. it's fine you want to lecture me he on the constitution, i appreciate it. just know i've been here for a long time. >> nobody doubts her sincerity and passion yet at the same time i would note that she chose not to question i asked: would it be consistent with the constitution for congress to specific which books are permitted and which are not? >> the answer is obvious, no. >> sean: following that exchanning cruz was hammere
, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> >>> last friday we looked back at the eight best performing stocks since "mad money" went on the air, screening out the ones too small to talk about on television. you know what, two out of the top eight stocks were orphan drug makers, companies that development treatments for ultra rare diseases. i'm a regular daddy war bucks in the biotech sector and tonight i want to talk about an orphan drug player that really worked today. so thrilled we're going to have them on because you could tell from the get-go it is big. nps pharmaceutical, a lead drug for short-bowel syndrome, a rare condition where patients need to be fed intravenously for 10 to 12 hours a day because their intestines cannot properly absorb so they cannot lead normal lives along with another couple interesting drugs. nps is buying back the worldwide marketing rights from at that deada pharmaceutical, approved in europe but controlled the distribution and weren't doing anything wit
the stock has gone from 76 to 86 presuming every order will go to them and the 787 will fly and the defense sequester will not hurt them. this stock has been a teflon stock. this is a stock that i would not buy and i would sell right here. >> you don't think based on your charts because i know you have this fancy chart there. >> saturday morning. it's what i do. >> that's great. i'm jealous, but if you take a five-year look at boeing, on friday they closed -- closed at five-year highs. some are saying that this is a breakout. rbc raising the price to $10 a share to $94. it's returning. >> can i just say that that stock needs a serious breather? you know what? breathers aren't so bad. these are just, the day when is used to do a lot of charting and i just feel that when i saw boeing's chart i said listen, this one is just right for fall. we get indonesia and we need to see a ryan air with 230 planes ordered right now. >> i was glad to see friday because i pointed out we had the ten-day record going, whatever it was, the only time the dow had risen 14 days in a row was in 1987 so maybe a litt
and defense attorney and they duke it out and then we put. stock in prison. there's like -- we have furloughs -- >> i'm the judge. i can do that. >> i've been calling you the prosecutor lately. but look, there's no grand jury here. thernono grand jury. there are no indictments. there are no convictions. and that's the way this market works. >> i may have a bench trial on this later where i just -- >> i'm going to get a permanent injunction against the sellers. people want to have justice. but fedex should be at $70 if there's justice. caterpillar should be at $70 if there's justice. no, it's not like that. like the bears, cyprus, they have atm problems. jpmorgan should be at $40 because there's justice. there is no justice! >> marry this with this story that's been reported that private ecwift firquity firms ag at mark hurd. does he bring the same hurd premium to a dell that he had brought to oracle or wherever else he went? >> there is such a thing as loyalty. it would really and terrible time -- if he leaves, that's a real -- hey, mark, if you leave, that's a real bad call. >> i would agree
. >> we need a legal defense fund. >> thank you for coming on, and i like stolfus. next time i promise you that i'll get it exactly right. you didn't put your stuff in mothballs yet, did you? >> no. >> no, no. >> how many games will you watch today, do you think? >> none. i watch the highlights after. >> at least you watch the show, unlike some people. make sure you join us monday. "squawk on the street" is next. >>> happy friday. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm melissa lee with jim cramer and scott wapner. let's take a look at -- up by about 42 in pre-market trade and take a look at the pekture in europe because, of course, a lot is hanging on the situation in cyprus. they're weighing business confidence which fell to a 10-month high and came up better than expectations. overnight in asia, the action ng in the nikkei capping its biggest weekly decline since the month of november. >> no deal with the russians makes monday the deadline for cyprus. one spokesman for the cypriot government saying the next few hours will determine the future of his country. a couple of consumer reads, p
're still at the point where we're trying to craft these defenses. the government is trying to come up with the defenses implement them, include them in legislation, discuss them publicly, have some kind of a debate and much later we're likely to end up in the courts. everything end up in the courts these days. bill: that too and everybody end up on the internet as well. we'll see how far it goes. terrific conversation. thank you for your insight. stephen hayes in washington. heather. heather: pay attention to this, bill. dramatic new video of a gunman firing into a restaurant. look at this. then a crowd of people rushing in to help. we will tell you where all of this went down. we'll tell you how it ended as well. bill: that is live fire. from space to your living room. american history from missions past that you can soon own, for a price. ♪ . let's see what you got. rv -- covered. why would you pay for a hotel? i never do. motorcycles -- check. atv. i ride those. do you? no. boat. house. hello, dear. hello. hello. oh! check it -- [ loud r&b on car radio ] i'm going on break! the m
assistant secretary of defense during the reagan administration and fox news analyst. good morning to you. >> good morning. bill: what is senator graham alleging about the survivors? >> he found the survivors first of all and turns out anywhere from 30 of them. some are still in the hospital. some were injured in the benghazi firefight. some got away clean but he wants to know a couple of things. first of all, if they come under subpoena, if they're subpoenaed before a congressional committee they are going to talk. what are they going to talk about? we warned them it was a dangerous neighborhood and we needed more support. they will also talk about the actual attack themselves. were they expecting to be rescued? could they be rescued? i think the more important question senator graham or who will have congressional committees will ask them what was your job there? why were you there? what was your function? were you buying weapons? were you trying to get ahold of weapons part of gadhafi's arsenal we failed to secure when we toppled gadhafi? if so that is a real indictment --. bill: if se
? >> sure. if sequestration hits, we're going to end up with opportunities in certain defense companies. we have completed for some companies we wouldn't mind buying if the price was right. >> so nominated for -- you've been managing money for a decade? >> for two decades. >> okay. in the last decade, what would you think your internal rate of return would be? what do you need to do to get nominated for morning star, do you think? >> i can't remember what the returns were for the decade. some place around 11%, i think. >> per year? >> compounded. >> pretty good. >> impressive. >> what are you trying to -- what are you trying to do? >> that was exactly -- that made that guy's name. you do 11% for 10 years. >> yeah, but his -- the numbers he reported between 9 and 12, averaging at 11. ours was a little bit greater than that. >> you double in six or seven years, right? how about you, you don't have a record. you're like a sell site. thanks, david, and steve will be with us for the rest of the show. we're going to watch him closely. any more of that stuff, we're going to keep an eye on you. >>>
hegel, the department of defense, probably even more push back from republicans on that nomination. he is in the pentagon. adam: thank you very much. tracy: grandstanding. i don't know. well, a quarter till. we have to go back to the new york stock exchange. nicole petallides standing by. talk about a market that cannot make its mind that. >> reporter: and look at that. back in the green once again erasing all those symptoms from china, end squeezing of some green. you will keep an eye going into the closing bell. that's take a look also in the beverage world. a big deal under way. some antitrust regulation concern. now you have anheuser-busch asking the court to delay. as they try and halt settlement talks. they are embroiled in battle. the consolation, which is an all-time high today, the distributor. so they are all intertwined. the fact that it is still on the table listed news. tracy: will see you at the top of the art. adam: the money grab to market it perished? ended above thomas says yes. tracy: next. tracy: first was a delegate some of the winners and losers. up over 4%. your
, and it's priced at a discount to exxon, a big commodity top of the line growth, a discount to the defense contracts like general dynamics and north. it's a cheap stock. you raise the dividend within the next months hearing news on that, we expect the dividend to go up up 50%. company generates $42 billion of free cash flow, of which about $10 billion funds the dividend. >> right. >> 50% increase, $5 billion, leaves plenty of money of free cash flow for the company to invest, make acquisitions, and make buybacks. >> what are they doing? what's the product? is it the cheap iphone in china? the apple tv, the watch, what is it? >> the iphone now generates 70% plus of the company's profits. it will be difficult for anything else to be close to that in order of magnitude. what it will be is a lower priced version of the iphone for the emerging markets, an area with little penetration, and that's going to drive the next leg of growth, and i think that happens this year. >> what's the risk? a lot of things; right? android windows, lower subsidies from the carriers. what do you worry about the mos
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